Collaboration and Coordination in the Context of Informal Care (CCCiC): Concepts, Methods, and Technologies

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Increasing attention is currently paid to informal care and the physical, emotional, and psychological burden stemming from it. Research findings suggest that such a burden might be intensified when informal caregivers are at older ages. Aiming at reducing the burden associated with informal care, some research studies have focused on developing innovative technologies to support caregivers with their activities and responsibilities. These studies highlight the importance of understanding the many variables that characterise different care situations, emphasizing the relevance of user-centered and participatory design approaches. Following up the successful first edition of the CCCiC workshop held at the 2014 ACM CSCW conference in Baltimore, this workshop elaborates on the resulting roadmap for future research in the domain: concepts, methods, and technologies. This workshop seeks contributions exploring issues of collaboration and coordination for informal care addressing concepts emerging from field research, methodological challenges, work-in-progress, and the design and evaluation of technological solutions.

DOI: 10.1145/2660398.2660430

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@inproceedings{Tellioglu2014CollaborationAC, title={Collaboration and Coordination in the Context of Informal Care (CCCiC): Concepts, Methods, and Technologies}, author={Hilda Tellioglu and Myriam Lewkowicz and Aparecido Fabiano Pinatti de Carvalho and Ivan Breskovic and Susanne Hensely-Schinkinger and Matthieu Tixier}, booktitle={GROUP}, year={2014} }